Thanks for reply, sorry about my English Writing, English was never my strong point in school. Well I dont mind having 2 computers if thats what it takes to play the games I want to play correctly. So it looks like buy the fastest Non Multicore CPU and a ATI HD 7750 or faster for STEEL FURY, and some other games I want to try like (Battle of Britan2, Strike Fighters 2, EECH / EEAH, Steel Beast Pro, SH4, SH5, Atlantic Fleet, may play better on this system then the 2nd More Faster Computer with Nvidia Video Card for games like DCS World and IL-2 Series. I am assuming some of these games listed above would play better with a Nvidia Video Card then the ATI Video Card?
Would the ATI system for Steel Fury and some of the older games be better off with Windows 7 and the Faster Nvidia system for DCS World and IL-2 Series be better with Windows 10?
I am sure there will be a lot of trial and error for me learning the hard way, if anyone knows of any compatibility problems I might be looking at please make a quick post.
For the ATI system for Steel Fury, how much memory would be optimum for the game?
One last question. In your opinion what is a "very solid Gaming video Card" for ATI and Nvidia right now?
I guess I can use the SimHQ Article "Build A Gaming Rig For Less Than $650" and "PC Component Upgrade Guide Holiday 2015" as a Guide.
Thanks so much for your help, I have been stuck in the stone ages for quiet some time, but been happily satisfied with my Old Windows 98SE with P3 Tualatin 1.4 and Geforce 4600TI playing EAW, Mig Alley, enjoyed many other older games over the years but those 2 are my favorites and when I have time the only ones that still give me enjoyment plus my reliable Laptop that I am typing on right now my Dell 8600 Windows XP Pro with 2.0 M CPU 2.0GB Memory and ATI 9600 Pro 128MB video Card for Silent Hunter3, CAW, Vietcong, and Swat4 I still enjoy those games too. So You can see I have been stuck in the Past and its time to hopefully see what I have been missing out on. I remember the days of buying game after game and lots of times being disappointed and rarely finding a keeper game, it was still fun though but expensive hehe.
Thanks again for the info!